PUNJAB AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY
CII adopts 100 villages in Punjab, Haryana to mitigate pollution caused by stubble burning
Over 3,000 school students in Punjab, and youth and corporate volunteers are joining CII in this movement to enable zero stubble burning.
North India stares at pall of smoke as stubble burning kicks off
As Punjab and Haryana begin burning crop stubble, skies will again darken in...
Rains dampen drive against stubble burning; air pollution could rise
Open-field burning of agricultural remains is a major source of air poll...
Punjab Agriculture University develops Bt cotton variety with reusable seeds
The new cotton variety is among few others identified by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for cultivation in North region.
Institutes of Eminence: Expert committee points to lack of eminence
The HRD ministry had decided to pick only six institutes — three each in public and private categories — to ensure an ‘equal’ treatment.
Punjab promotes PAU rice variety to cut water usage and stubble burning
The state agriculture department is promoting PR 126, a short-duration variety developed by Punjab Agriculture Department.
Brace for smog as crop stubble burning on in Punjab
Between May 3 and May 23, for which data is available, there were 17 incidents of fire near railway tracks, mostly along the stretch between Ludhiana and Pathankot.
Punjab Agricultural University signs MoU with FieldFresh to promote crop research
The MoU follows the agreement signed recently between Cambridge University and Bharti Foundation to fund the research Programme.
Punjab Agricultural University inks deal with Maharashtra seeds corporation
PAU today signed an agreement with the Maharashtra Seeds Corporation Limited for the seed production of its (PAU) own developed maize hybrid PMH -1.
Punjab Agricultural University signs MoU with UK University
The agreement states that PAU and the Aston would work jointly for the pot and field trails of bio-char produced from rice straw processing.
Punjab Agricultural University signs MoU with CPRI
Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) today said it has inked an MoU with Central Potato Research Institute (CPRI), Shimla .
'Father of wheat revolution' DS Athwal dies in USA
Athwal was instrumental in developing 'PV 18' and the most popular amber grained wheat variety 'Kalyansona', named after the village he was born in.
PAU releases eight new crop varieties for cultivation in Punjab
The canes of sugarcane variety CoPb 93 juice contains 17% and 19% sucrose in January and March with average cane yield of about 390 quintals per acre.
Agriculture University cautions farmers against Aphid damage to wheat crops
Cloudy weather without any rainfall is highly favourable for their development cautioned RS Gill, head, Department of Entomology, PAU.
Top soil scientist keen to help India, but 'nobody listens'
Dakhla (Morocco), April 2 (IANS) His expertise as a soil scientist has helped arrest degradation and grow crops in several areas across Africa and the world. Much sought after and bestowed with many prestigious awards, Indian American scientist Rattan Lal is keen to share his knowledge with India to boost soil health and productivity, but sadly, he says, no one is interested.
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